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Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority

Greater Bridgeport Transit
Parent Greater Bridgeport Transit
Founded 1971
Headquarters 1 Cross Street
Bridgeport, CT 06610
Locale Greater Bridgeport
Service area Greater Bridgeport
Service type Local bus service
Routes 19[1]
(one in conjunction with Norwalk Transit and Milford Transit)
Fleet 58
Daily ridership 22,100
Operator Greater Bridgeport Transit
Chief executive Douglas C. Holcomb, AICP[2]
Website Greater Bridgeport Transit

Greater Bridgeport Transit (GBT) is a transit service serving the Greater Bridgeport region of the U.S. state of Connecticut. The GBTA provides local bus service to the cities/towns of Bridgeport, Trumbull, Stratford, Fairfield, Westport, Shelton, and Monroe.


Route No. Start End Via
1 University of Bridgeport/Seaside Park Dock Shopping Center (Stratford) Barnum Avenue (US 1)
2/Coastal Link Norwalk WHEELS Hub (Norwalk) (CL)
Post Road/Buckley Avenue (Westport) (2)
Westfield Connecticut Post (Milford) (CL)
Dock Shopping Center (Stratford) (2)
Routes 1 and 130
3 Bridgeport Bus Terminal Westfield Trumbull (Trumbull) Madison Avenue
4 Park Avenue
5 Fairfield Metro Fairfield Avenue
6 Westfield Trumbull (Trumbull) Noble Avenue
Reservoir Avenue
Old Town Road
(rush hours only)
Carolton Hospital (Fairfield) Commerce Drive
8 Bridgeport Bus Terminal Westfield Trumbull (Trumbull) Main Street
9 Seaside Park Hawley Lane Mall (Nichols, Trumbull) (full-time)
Trumbull Industrial Park (rush hours only)
East Main Street (Route 127)
Iranistan Avenue
10 Fairfield Woods Road and Black Rock Turnpike (Fairfield) Stratford Public Library (Stratford) (full-time)
Lordship (rush hours only)
Hollister Avenue
Black Rock Turnpike
13 Bridgeport Bus Terminal Success Park Central Avenue
(weekdays only)
Monroe Westfield Trumbull (Trumbull) Route 111
15 Bridgeport Bus Terminal Derby-Shelton Railroad Station (Derby) Bridgeport Avenue
(weekdays only)
Woodend Road and Sedgewick Road Hawley Lane Mall (Stratford) (full-time)
Trumbull Industrial Park (rush hours only)
Main Street
Huntington Road
(No Sunday service)
Bridgeport Bus Terminal Success Park Boston Avenue/North Avenue (US 1)
(weekdays only)
Hawley Lane Mall (nichols, Trumbull) Westfield Trumbull (Lower Long Hill, Trumbull) White Plains Road (Route 127)
(rush hours only)
Bridgeport Bus Terminal Monroe Routes Route 25 and 111
(rush hours only)
Bridgeport Avenue and Commerce Drive (Shelton) Route 8
(weekdays only)
Derby-Shelton Railroad Station (Derby) Main Street/River Road (Route 110)

NOTE: The 2 runs rush hours only, as a supplement to Coastal Link service.


The current base fare is $1.75 for 90 minutes of unlimited rides. All day pass - $4.00 Discount passes are available.[3]


Manufacturer/ Model Order Year Series
Powertrain Notes
Gillig Phantom 40' 1998 9838,9839,9847 (3) Cummins ISC/ Vioth D864.3 Kept on the property as spares, and for training new drivers
Gillig Phantom 40' 2000 2052 (1) Cummins ISC/ Allison B400R5 Kept on the property as a spare, and for training new drivers. Ex. Santa Clarita Transit 156.
New Flyer D40LF 2003 4301-4313 (13) (Now 4302-4313) Cummins ISL/ Allison B400R5 Active;Bus #4301 was retired due to a fire.
New Flyer D40LF 2003 327-328 (2) DD50EGR/ Allison B400R5 Active;leased from CT Transit
New Flyer D35LF 2004 5301-5335 (35) Cummins ISL/ Allison B400R5 Active
New Flyer XDE40 2012 329-330 (2) Cummins ISB/ Allison EP40 Active
Gillig LF 40' 2012 4201-4215 (15) Cummins ISL09/Voith D864.5 Active;Replaced Retired 1998 Gillig Phantom 40' Fleet in 2012-2013


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External links

  • Official Website

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